Two convicts get freed from prison and become lawmen in a corrupt village.



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Credited cast:
Jason Pai Piao
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tung-Kua Ai
Lung Chan
Hsiao-fung Chang
Fei Lung Chen
Yu Wei Chen
Chok Chow Cheung
Tao Chiang
Di Chin
Yuet Sang Chin
Cheng Po Chou
Ging Man Fung
Ha Huang
Kung-Wu Huang


Two convicts get freed from prison and become lawmen in a corrupt village.

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Justice finds strange allies in a gruesome pursuit for revenge


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15 August 1979 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Bolo  »

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2.35 : 1
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This is the first martial arts film I couldn't get myself to finish....I simply hated it.
4 August 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I have reviewed quite a few martial arts films over the last few years, so my hating this film isn't because I don't like the genre. Also, I have a very high tolerance for "bad" martial arts films, so this one had to be really, really bad for me to give up on and and not even finish the film (something I rarely ever do). Understand that I have watched such films to its conclusion as one with guys in gorilla costumes doing kung fu and their masters using their three foot tongues as weapons--yet I just couldn't finish BOLO.

So why did I hate this film so much? Well, it was the worst of all possible worlds. First, the print from EPI/Gotham City was just terrible and the film only came in the cheesy dubbed version. Second, the film was too often played for very broad and dumb laughs. Googly eyes, silly grins, dumb cartoon-like sound effects and an annoying over-the-top gay character all were painfully unfunny. Third, even with bad dubbing and dumb comedy(?), the film could have been decent if the martial arts action had been better--which it wasn't. Instead of hitting each other or doing what looks like real martial arts, it was too choreographed and looked quite fake. Midway through the film, I was fantasizing about Sonny Chiba stomping onto the set and kicking everyone's butt--that's how much I disliked the film.


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